Nowhere Magazine’s Fall Travel Writing Contest
Nowhere Magazine is seeking stories that possess a powerful sense of place. Entries can be fiction, nonfiction or essay and first prize is US$1000. Stories should be between 800 and 5000 words and must not have been previously chosen as a winner in another contest. Previously published work is accepted. Entries close 1 January.
Chris O’Malley Prize in Fiction
This short fiction prize is offered annually by The Madison Review. The winning story will be awarded US$1000 and publication. Entries may be up to 30 pages. The Madison Review also runs the Phyllis Smart-Young Prize in Poetry. Poetry entries close 1 December and fiction entries close 21 December.